USAID’s End Malaria Project

USAID’s End Malaria Project supports the National Malaria Control Program (NMCP) in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) to achieve and sustain its goal of universal coverage of ITNs through mass and school-based distribution campaigns in targeted provinces as determined by the NMCP and the U.S. President’s Malaria Initiative (PMI). The project will strengthen the…

USAID Senegal Building a Resilient Health System

The United States Agency of International Development (USAID) Senegal Building a Resilient Health System (BRHS) activity supports the Government of Senegal (GOS) and its Ministry of Health and Social Action (MSAS) to make meaningful and sustainable improvements to its country’s health system. The first of three components under USAID’s “Improving Health Status and Human Capital…

Mozambique Integrated Malaria Program

The Mozambique Integrated Malaria Program (IMaP) is a five-year USAID-funded project implemented by Chemonics International that will contribute to reducing malaria mortality, morbidity, and parasitemia in four high malaria burden provinces (Cabo Delgado, Nampula, Tete, and Zambézia). IMaP will achieve this goal through three objectives: Support the implementation of proven malaria interventions at community and…

Gender and Health

Chemonics is committed to building gender-responsive and gender-transformative programming by understanding and addressing the context-specific social norms, power structures, and limitations on access to resources that impact people and communities.

Bangladesh AUHC Project Fact Sheet

The United States Agency for International Development’s (USAID) Advancing Universal Health Coverage (AUHC) Activity is a five-year, research and development project designed to transform the Surjer Hashi Network (SHN)—formerly known as Smiling Sun—into a sustainable, gender-sensitive, and pro-poor social enterprise aiming to provide quality and affordable health services for the population of Bangladesh. The AUHC…

HRH2030 Health Worker Life Cycle Approach

To frame the work of the Chemonics-led USAID Human Resources for Health in 2030 (HRH2030) country programs, we created the Health Worker Life Cycle Approach. This approach helps ensure that Chemonics implements evidence- and policy-based strategies to build, manage, and optimize human resources for health (HRH) in countries where we work. We work with stakeholders…

Improving Lives through Access to High-Quality Family Planning

Access to high-quality voluntary family planning enables individuals, couples, and families to improve their sexual and reproductive health, transforming their lives while contributing to their communities’ economic growth and resilience. Yet more than 200 million women who want to avoid pregnancy lack access to modern contraceptive methods. This limits their ability to decide whether to…

Strengthening Human Resources for Health

Chemonics builds capacity and enables stakeholders at all levels of the health system to design, plan, implement, and monitor evidence-driven service delivery activities. We develop strategic local and international partnerships, invest in health and information systems, and establish a culture of data use to strengthen communities to identify and address health system challenges.

Advancing Inclusive Development

Chemonics invests in people, systems, and practices to facilitate the exchange of ideas and best practices in inclusive development. With a dedicated Gender Equality and Social Inclusion (GESI) Technical Practice — a 200-member community of practice of development professionals and a network of more than 70 technical specialists embedded in projects around the world —…

Mobilist Factsheet 2021

Mobilising Institutional Capital Through Listed Product Structures (MOBILIST) works to help public listed markets play a more significant role in development and climate financing.

Chemonics’ Work in Malaria

We envision a world without malaria. Chemonics seeks to contribute to its control and elimination through innovative and proven approaches that prevent, detect, and treat malaria infections, and prevent malaria-related deaths in the countries where we work. We develop strategic local and international partnerships, invest in health and information systems, and establish a culture of…